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  1. Redford finds a new partner in NolteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Lowell Sun

    When Robert Redford first acquired the film rights to Bill Bryson's memoir "A Walk in the Woods," he knew exactly who he wanted to play his Appalachian Trail hiking comrade: Paul Newman. Not only were the two men responsible for some of cinema's most iconic duos -- they were lifetime friends as well.


  2. Neil Gaiman reveals Terry Pratchett wanted his unfinished work destroyed by a steamrollerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Mail

    Terry Pratchett, whose final novel was published yesterday, wanted his unfinished work to be destroyed by a steamroller after he died, his friend has revealed. Award-winning author Neil Gaiman, who co-wrote Good Omens with the late fantasy writer, said Sir Terry wanted any work being penned at the time of his death to be 'taken out along with his computers to be put in the middle of the road and for a steamroller to steamroll over them all.'


  3. Jazz concerts will resume at Columbia's Other BarnRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Baltimore Sun

    ... school's Christmas program. In high school she began voice lessons and in subsequent years she continued her vocal/musical studies in private instruction and at the Berklee College of Music and the New England Conservatory. Oakland Mills typically ...


  4. Architects Hope for Real Minas TirithRead the original story

    Friday | Painting/Wallcovering Contractor

    Let's say that in the darkest depths of Mordor, you meet a girl so fair. So, of course, you want to take her to the city of Minas Tirith where she will be protected by Elves, Dwarves, the White Wizard, sturdy Hobbits - and maybe some people, too - just in case Sauron's forces decide they want her back.


  5. Dead men do tell tales: Is it OK to resurrect a dead author's fiction?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CBC News

    Stieg Larsson's books have become an international sensation since his death in 2004. Is it right for the series to be taken over by another writer? Stieg Larsson, author of the Millennium trilogy that includes airport favourite The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo , died before any of his three books were published.


  6. Western Mail letters: Friday, August 28, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | IcNetwork

    Cardiff council leader Councillor Bale's comment that the Welsh language was "not part of the social fabric" of Cardiff is systematic of the ignorant and prejudiced negative attitude that the Labour Party has towards the Welsh language and culture. Cardiff's existence as Wales' major city is built around the exporting of high-grade coal from the South Wales Valleys, particularly the Llynfi Valley, where Welsh was the language that was spoken in the coal mines, and Maesteg was the place where those immortal words were first sung in public: "O bydded I'r Hen Iaith barhau!" in Tabor chapel on March 1, 1856.


  7. Climbers' perils, moxie drive doc - Fri, 28 Aug 2015 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Spokesman-Review

    When three men, including filmmaker Jimmy Chin, set out to scale the Shark's Fin on Mount Meru in subzero temperatures 21,000 feet above the Ganges River, they knew they were in for the toughest climb that the Himalayas can dish out. When three men, including filmmaker Jimmy Chin, set out to scale the Shark's Fin on Mount Meru in subzero temperatures 21,000 feet above the Ganges River, they knew they were in for the toughest climb that the Himalayas can dish out.


  8. NBC Re-Airs Barbra Streisand's Hour-Long Appearance on the Tonight Show TonightRead the original story

    Thursday | BroadwayWorld.com

    NBC recently announced that it would rebroadcast the memorable episode of THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON, featuring Barbra Streisand as the show's sole guest. During the episode, which originally aired on September 15th, the legendary singer CELEBRATED the release of her new album "Partners."


  9. Weekend Planner: Your guide to fun in the South SoundRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Olympian

    Learn all about garlic at the annual Chehalis Garlic Festival and Craft Show this weekend at the Southwest Washington Fairgrounds, 2555 N. National Ave. Sample garlic-themed cuisine and watch chef demonstrations. There will be live entertainment on two stages and kids' activities.


  10. Why do we need an R-rated Hobbit movie?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | NewsOK.com

    "The Hobbit" isn't "Braveheart," and whatever the new R-rated Extended Edition of "The Battle of Five Armies" is, it isn't "The Hobbit." Ken Stott as Balin and Martin Freeman as Bilbo in the fantasy adventure "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies."


  11. Zora Neale Hurston's 'Spunk'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | The Orlando Sentinel

    WHAT: Theatre UCF will celebrate a notable resident of Central Florida during the upcoming theatrical season with a production of Zora Neale Hurston's "Spunk." 2016 marks the 125th anniversary of Hurston's birth.


  12. A cricket murder XI: From victim to coroner to undertakerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | CricketCountry.com

    Despite the advent of numerous slam-bang versions, cricket and murder have seldom gone hand-in-hand. True, there have been some extremely ominous names, but seldom have they been involved in actual murders.


  13. 3 idle thoughts for FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 3 | Dallas Morning News

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  14. Ar OpinionS&P Makes Me MadRead the original story

    Aug 8, 2011 | American Reporter

    The only dead bodies I've ever seen in real life have been close relatives in boxes - and those were disquieting experiences that I would rather not repeat. I am one of those poor souls who is obsessed with detective fiction, a genre that barely qualifies as literature.


  15. Walk in the Woods: The Appalachian TrailRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | MLive.com

    It stretches more than 2,180 miles, through 14 states, over some of the world's oldest mountains, into forests thick with oak, across grassy balds dotted with huckleberry and into sheer wilderness. Its beauty will etch itself onto your heart, and its challenges may break it.


  16. Rocky Mountain Gamer: Disney takes 'Star Wars' to another galaxyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Colorado Daily

    The crew - left to right, Chewbacca, Luke Skywalker, CP3O, R2D2, Princess Leia and Hans Solo - is back together in "Disney Infinity 3.0: Star Wars Edition." Disney's toys-to-life series, "Disney Infinity," has arguably the largest and most diverse catalog of characters available.


  17. Interview: Geoffrey Munn - a world authority on Faberge jewellery and the Wartski dynastyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Jewish Chronicle

    There is that moment of excitement on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow when someone in the crowd comes forward with a sparkling jewel that turns out to be the real thing worth thousands. And more often than not, it is the affable, forever smiling Geoffrey Munn who reveals the unknown story behind the gem.


  18. Royal Conservatoire of Scotland's stars of the future treading the boardsRead the original story

    Friday | Evening Times

    The college which produced famous names such as James McAvoy, Sam Heughan, Dawn Steele, David Tennant, Elaine C Smith, Alan Cumming and Colin Firth. From drama to opera, to traditional Scottish music, students will be given the chance to shine while performing to an audience.


  19. Fox News host blames 'atheists' and 'secular progressives' for Virginia shootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Examiner.com

    Fox News host Bill O'Reilly is blaming atheists, agnostics, and secular progressives for the recent shooting deaths of journalist Alison Parker and cameraman Adam West in Virginia on Wednesday morning. After a journalist and cameraman were murdered during a live news broadcast yesterday, the entire country mourned.


  20. Elia Youlesivanson Releases 'The Last First Time'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PRWeb

    'The Last First Time' shows that truth will always come to light, no matter how far down it is hidden. " The Last First Time " is Elia Youlesivanson's highly engrossing read with the overall theme of truth and honesty which is the core of any relationship and which love takes its form around.